Except it's far from comparable unless you're stuck with Windows Movie Maker, since DV AVI is lossy and the best codec for amv editing is UTVideo, which is not part of ffmpeg, at least not yet, and certainly isn't part of SUPER since it uses an outdated version of ffmpeg.
You also can't properly IVTC/deinterlace the source seeing that, while ffmpeg is good for encoding, it is far from the levels of avisynth as far as filtering is concerned. You will not get a good IVTC without TIVTC, and won't get a perfect one without YATTA. Now, if good is what you strive for, follow the AVTECH and read the documentation of the basic filters. If you really like SUPER, then I guess go for the "somewhat fine if you're really lucky with the source you have but otherwise mostly below average."